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Ethics and ritual : gift giving and the formation of identity

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Ethics and ritual : gift giving and the formation of identity


Published 1996
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Recently, I spent nearly five months on mission pilgrimage in Aotearoa/New Zealand … During my mission I had the honour of spending a good deal of time within Nga Tikanga Maori, the Maori branch of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia. I listened carefully to both verbal and non-verbal communications regarding identity and theology; seeking the ways in which persons and communities interface their Christian faith with their personal and communal realities. As I worked, played and danced alongside my sisters and brothers in faith, I found the associations between personal and communal identity, ethics, and ritual compelling from two perspectives. First, I was curious how, individual, personal and communal identity as Maori and as Anglican are supported by and contribute to a larger, global understanding of both Anglican and Christian monikers … Second, I was interested in explori


Publisher Cambridge, MA: The author
Year 1996
Pages 222
Possible copyright status The author
Language English
Digitizing sponsor Federally funded with LSTA funds through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners
Book contributor Episcopal Divinity School, Sherrill Library
Collection episcopaldivinityschool_sherrilllibrary; regionaldigitizationmass; americana

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